Center, a leader in providing health
and human services to Boston’s
urban neighborhoods, seeks a President/CEO.
Recognized nationally as a model for the delivery of comprehensive
health and human services in an urban community, The Dimock Center is dedicated
to enhancing the health, well-being and potential of every individual it
serves. Located on a nine-acre campus in
Roxbury, with several off-site residential locations, Dimock serves over 75,000
members of the Greater Boston community annually.
Dimock’s Health Center
programs deliver comprehensive health maintenance, screening, immunization, and
prevention services for adults and children in specialized clinics focused on women’s
health/ob-gyn, pediatrics, adult medicine, eye care, dental care and community
care/HIV/AIDS. The Center’s Child and Family programs offer Head Start, Early
Head Start and School Readiness services, as well as adult education classes
and computer training. Dimock’s Behavioral Health programs support those
struggling with mental illness, developmental delay, substance abuse and
violence issues. The Center also provides on-campus residential programs for
men and women moving toward independent living and a shelter supporting 26
families preparing for permanent housing.
For many individuals and families, participation in Dimock’s programs
and services literally saves lives.
Dimock’s current budget is $30 million, with 350 FTE’s.
In collaboration with the Board
of Directors, the President/CEO provides strategic vision and leadership for The
Dimock Center. The
President/CEO is responsible for the overall management of this fiscally stable
and operationally strong organization. The Center views itself as a
thought leader in the evolution of healthcare and the President/CEO must stand out as a spokesperson for this leadership initiative and
continually enhance Dimock’s reputation in this regard. S/he collaborates
closely with the accomplished senior management team in establishing the annual
and long-term goals around program development and budgets, quality assurance
systems, licensing and accreditation processes, and fundraising efforts. The successful candidate must be a strategic leader and manager
with a proven track record of leading large, complex, mission-driven
organizations. S/he is expected
to bring programmatic vision, strategic ability, and strong fiscal, development,
and operational management skills to The Dimock Center.
All inquiries should be directed to http://www.imsearch.com/OpenDetails.asp?JobID=S4-620
Nominations, and applications, including a resume and cover
letter can be sent in confidence to:
Michelle Cruz-Williams, Vice President & Director
Monroe “Bud” Moseley, Vice President & Director
Carolyn K. Plant, Senior Associate
Summer Street, 7th Floor
Boston, MA 02210
The Dimock Center is an Equal
Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer
For more information
about The Dimock Center, please visit www.dimockcenter.org